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Old 06-04-2009, 02:37 PM   #41
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Heh, never ran into that one while living on Oahu... is it available off Maui?

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Old 06-04-2009, 02:40 PM   #42
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is it available off Maui?
I got some MBC stuff in the last Secret Santa here, from a Cali member. According to their website, they are readily available throughout the islands, but California is the only other state that has their products.
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Old 06-04-2009, 03:03 PM   #43
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So I might be able to make it out to Joppa for this. What's the deal? Everyone just hangin out while one or two big batches get cooked up, or is everyone supposed to haul their crap out there or what?

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Old 06-04-2009, 03:07 PM   #44
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Well, we mostly all haul our crap

you dont have to, you can just come and hang out. or you could find someone who wanted to split 10Gs with you, and not haul, but thats not likely as we have some extract guys who dont have **** to bring

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Old 06-04-2009, 03:08 PM   #45
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Flanders, eww yuck. (If you looking for someone to split, I'm in)
you want to use your kettle or mine? Just deciding if i need to plan another beer as well
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Old 06-04-2009, 04:42 PM   #46
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you want to use your kettle or mine? Just deciding if i need to plan another beer as well
I am kicking around brewing another too, so I will bring my kettle regardless. I am thinking brown ale, amber ale, or hobgoblin clone. I have a tried and true brown ale recipe, and some yorkshire yeast slanted that we could use if you want to split that too.

If you want a double sour brew day, the brown can take some bugs.

I modified my kettle to allow me to recirculate with the pump while chilling. Not only does it drop the temp really fast, but it also leaves the wort free of cold break, not like the globby mess we had last time in the cream ale. I have done 2 batches with the recirculation and it is really efficient. Plus Mike wanted to see the pump in action.
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Old 06-04-2009, 05:05 PM   #47
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Im actually not a fan of brown ales... dunno why.

I was thinking, we do have some extract people who dont have kettles, and they will need to pair with someone.

also I would like to make a wit, or maybe a berlierwiesser

or I could just end up with the red and be perfectly happy

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Cool. I will bring some of my recent berliner. It should be done by then.

I still plan on making the brown or amber, so anyone interested in splitting, let me know.

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how is it looking now? I made one a while ago, and last i checked it smelled like alans ass!

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Im actually not a fan of brown ales... dunno why.

I was thinking, we do have some extract people who dont have kettles, and they will need to pair with someone.

also I would like to make a wit, or maybe a berlierwiesser

or I could just end up with the red and be perfectly happy
Speaking of extract brewerz sans kettles... does anyone want to split a batch with moi? I'm on for pretty much anything, except for sour, fruit and lawnmower beerz.
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